Overcoming the Three Obstacles to Employee Empowerment

As the skills shortage continues, employers are looking for new and innovative ways to encourage higher engagement and motivation among their staff. 

Most HR professionals are all too aware that their employees become disengaged and unhappy if they feel they are performing repetitive and monotonous tasks each day. Low engagement levels impact employee productivity and your organization’s attrition levels may rise as a result.  

Why its easier to succeed with succession planning when you offer career pathing desktop

Why It’s Easier to Succeed With Succession Planning When You Offer Career Pathing

When one of your key employees is about to leave, your immediate instinct might be to find a quick replacement. After all, it’s a logical first step, seeing as work can pile up and bog down other employees when certain roles aren’t filled in a timely manner. But through all of the talent scouting, interviews, and other processes to help decide who will meet this vacancy, the truth of the matter is that you’re still likely to come up short.

career pathing vs succession planning

Career Pathing vs Succession Planning: Understanding The Difference

Career pathing and succession planning are common terminologies within talent management but the difference in their application and the separate benefits of each can be misunderstood and overlooked. In the majority of cases, employers prioritize succession planning, assuming that career pathing will somehow ‘fit’ naturally into it.

But high performing organizations require both.